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    Oil posts strongest year opening since 2014; Iran unrest pushes up crudeOil prices posted their strongest opening to a year since 2014 on Tuesday, with crude rising to mid-2015 highs amid large anti-government rallies in Iran and ongoing supply cuts led by OPEC and Russia. U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures (CLc1) were at $60.61 a barrel at 0423 GMT, up 19 cents, or 0.3 percent, after hitting $60.73 earlier in the day, ther highest since June 2015. Brent crude futures (LCOc1), the international benchmark, were at $67.12 a barrel, up 25 cents, or 0.4 percent, after hitting a May 2015 high of $67.27 a barrel earlier in the day.



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    North Korea Signals Olympic TruceJan.01 -- Kim Jong Un has warned the U.S. that North Korea's nuclear capability is a reality, not a threat. Kim was reviving his grandfather's tradition of a New Year's message. Bloomberg's Jodi Schneider reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."



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    China 's large manufacturers are gaining size through ove...China's large manufacturing firms are looking to gain pricing power, says Zhou Hao of Commerzbank.



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    🎆A big leap to 2018🎆 🎉Wishing you Happy New Year 😃🎉🎆

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    California pot: Smoke 'em (or eat 'em) if you can get 'emIt wasn't exactly reefer madness Monday as California launched the first legal sales of recreational marijuana, but those who could find the drug celebrated the historic day, lining up early for ribbon ...



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    Along with Doggie Doo, fake vomit, and, whoopee cushions, the Hypo-Phony is one of those novelty toys that has enjoyed a popular, albeit somewhat controversial, existence over the past 60 years.

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    If you love making our "Victorian Animals Society" cloth dolls then you're going to love our “Bearly Victorian, Deb! and Bearly Victorian, Ryan! Victorian lady and gentleman bear doll.

    I don't think I've ever met anyone who hasn't loved making animals.  Whether their sewn,  knit, crocheted, sculpted, paper crafted, woodcrafted or painted - everyone loves them.  So, of course, given I love everything and anything Victorian I had to make some Victorian animals of my own.

    However, my Victorian animals decided all on their own to form their own "Victorian Animal Society" for themselves and all their animal friends.  Here's why:

    "Bearly Victorian, Ryan" and his wife, "Bearly Victorian, Deb!" have decided to start their own "Victorian Animals Tea Society" for all their wonderful Victorian animal friends.

    After getting rejected for the umpteenth time from the latest Victorian tea society that he had applied to "Barely Victorian, Ryan!" decided that he and his wife should start their own club.

    Their club would truly have an open membership and be accepting of all individuals and creatures. None of this "open to all", but really closed to animals rules. So what if Ryan and Deb were bears. They were still Victorian to the core. In fact, their lineage was probably older than some of the snooty Victorians who turned down their membership application.

    Only one way around - start your own club! So, "Bearly Victorian, Ryan!" and "Bearly Victorian, Deb!" did.




    Bearly Victorian, Deb! 


     

    Don't let their "Bearly Victorian, Deb and Bearly Victorian, Ryan's names fool you. Ryan and Deb are anything but "barely Victorian!" Both Ryan and Deb are Victorian blue bloods. In fact, Ryan's lineage dates back "before the dawn of man!" Ryan considers himself to be the epitome of the classy Victorian gentleman. He has the right attitude, the right demeanor, the right clothes, the right walk, the right taste in wine. Why, he can talk the talk and walk the walk with the best of the Victorian gentleman. Deb considers herself to be at the top of her class. She is refined, elegant, stylish, well mannered, well educated, and proper at all times. She is a "true lady" in all sense of the word.

    "Bearly Victorian, Deb!" is quite the fashionable lady. She knows it. Why don't they?

    "Bearly Victorian, Ryan!" is quite the debonair. He knows it. Why don't they?

    "Bearly Victorian, Deb!" is a 13" Victorian bear. She is a self standing doll with a square bottom and plush felt body. Her face is embroidered and she has black bead eyes and an animal nose. Deb has 3 layers of wonderful lace trim along the bottom of her square body and is wearing a lace trimmed and gathered slip. Her beautiful coordinating ensemble is the latest in Victorian fashion. Her dress has multiple layers of lace trim along the sleeve hem and bottom hem and is gathered at the neck edge. Her matching wrap is lined and lace trimmed and overlaps wonderfully in the front and decorated with a bow. She has a lined and coordinating lace trimmed cape fastened around her neck and shoulders. Deb's beautifully matching lined and lace trimmed flannel bonnet adorns her head and is tied in a bow around her neck. A lace bow decorates the front of her bonnet.








    Bearly Victorian, Ryan! 



    Don't let their "Bearly Victorian, Deb and Bearly Victorian, Ryan's names fool you. Ryan and Deb are anything but "barely Victorian!" Both Ryan and Deb are Victorian blue bloods. In fact, Ryan's lineage dates back "before the dawn of man!" Ryan considers himself to be the epitome of the classy Victorian gentleman. He has the right attitude, the right demeanor, the right clothes, the right walk, the right taste in wine. Why, he can talk the talk and walk the walk with the best of the Victorian gentleman. Deb considers herself to be at the top of her class. She is refined, elegant, stylish, well mannered, well educated, and proper at all times. She is a "true lady" in all sense of the word.

    "Bearly Victorian, Deb!" is quite the fashionable lady. She knows it. Why don't they?

    "Bearly Victorian, Ryan!" is quite the debonair. He knows it. Why don't they?

    "Bearly Victorian, Ryan!" is a 15" Victorian bear. He is a self standing doll with a square bottom and plush felt body. His face is embroidered and he has black bead eyes and an animal nose. Ryan is wearing his favorite blue shirt with stand-up collar and buttons. One of his favorite ties is wrapped around his neck. His blue check tweed jacket with a collar and lapels is lined and top stitched. Two wonderful blue buttons are used to fasten his jacket shut. Ryan's lined top hat sits beautifully atop his head and matches his lined jacket.




    © 2017 - 2018 Copyright Linda Walsh Originals - Fabric Designs By Linda Walsh.

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  • 01/02/18--00:00: Little mouse on a boat
  • Each year I try to make something really special for my husband for Christmas. I’ve painted fo

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    Ripple Surpasses Ethereum to Become Second Most Valuable Cryptocurrency after BitcoinInvesting.com - Ripple, a cryptocurrency first established in 2012 has surpassed Ethereum to become the second most valuable cryptocurrency after bitcoin.Ripple's market cap rose more than 50% on Friday, to a record $85bn. Its market value continued to climb over the weekend, peaking at over $100bn.Ripple’s surge knocked Ethereum into third place after bitcoin, with a market cap of $72bn.Bitcoin’s market cap is roughly $220bn.Ripple rose in value by more than 19,600% over the course of 2017. It began the year trading at around $0.006 and ended at $1.97.Ripple’s gains in 2017 outstripped the gains of Ethereum and bitcoin, which rose by roughly 9,000% and 1,400%, respectively.



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    Former Sen. Gregg: 'Senate rule 'changes everything' and ...Steve McMahon, Purple Strategies, and former U.S. Senator Judd Gregg, (R-N.H.), weigh in on the 2018 political agenda amid a midterm election year.



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    Oil trades near strongest levels since mid-2015 on Iranian unrestSINGAPORE/LONDON (Reuters) - Oil prices posted their strongest opening to a year since 2014 on Tuesday, with crude rising to mid-2015 highs amid large anti-government rallies in Iran and ongoing supply cuts led by OPEC and Russia. "Growing unrest in Iran set the table for a bullish start to 2018," the U.S.-based Schork Report said in a note to clients on Tuesday.



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    The Safest Way to Bet on BlockchainIt has nothing to do with bitcoin.



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    Better Buy: Verizon Communications Inc. vs. Frontier CommunicationsBoth companies face similar challenges, albeit from different positions.



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    Randy Linden has seen some shit.

    He's worked on Dragon's Lair, the infamous Home Alone and Where's Waldo NES, the emulator Bleem, and even Doom SNES. Gaming Reinvented caught up with him recently to allow him to share a few development stories around the campfire, and one in particular that called to me was his journey to create Doom on the Super Nintendo.

    Seeing it as a challenge first and foremost, Linden and the team crafted the development hardware from a "hacked-up StarFox cartridge," mostly so they could utilize the SuperFX chip. The process also involved splicing both modified SNES and Amiga controllers, and a lengthy toolkit that had to be written before development even began.

    Linden notes that due to the ROM size they nearly filled up the cart as best they could (there were 16 bytes free in total), but were unable to include as many levels at they'd like. He also reminds us that SuperScope, Mouse, and XBand modem support were officially supported. While a lot of people assume Nintendo would have been hell to work with on this fairly violent project, Linden recalls that as long as the blood wasn't red, they were good.

    Hearing backstories like these fill in the gaps between my visit to the local video store and popping a game into my console are among my favorite parts of my gaming experience.

    Interview; Dragon’s Lair, Doom and Bleem Developer Randy Linden [Gaming Reinvented]

    Doom SNES was built with a 'hacked-up StarFox cartridge' screenshot


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    Details have emerged about the Japanese Special Edition for Sega's dramatic war sequel Valkyria Chronicles 4.

    The "10th Anniversary Memorial Box" comes with a 72-page book, featuring art from all titles in the series. Also included is a soundtrack CD, which contains 25 cuts from Valkyria Chronicles' emotional score. Rounding off the package is some exclusive DLC. "Joint Operation with Squad 7" will see previous VC heroes Alicia Melchiott, Welken Gunther and co. return for one more charge up the battlefield.

    The 10th Anniversary set will retail in Japan for around ¥13,000 -- roughly $120 -- but there is unfortunately no news as to whether the set will be localised for the game's release in North America and Europe. Valkyria Chronicles 4 launches in Japan March 21 on PS4, and on the Switch in Summer. It will follow in the West on PS4, Xbox One and Switch sometime later in 2018.

    Valkyria Chronicles 4 Japanese Special Edition detailed screenshot

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    As the new year begins, old business nears its end. In this case, the penultimate episode of Titans Return, the middle leg of Machinima's Prime Wars Trilogy cartoons. This is titled "The Consumed" and we haven't watched it yet. If you want to, it's up on go90 now! Keep reading for a link.

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    We've followed Robot Politics through to its natural conclusion through Robots In Disguise on to Till All Are One. What's the next logical step? Add wizards, of course! Transformers Vs. Visionaries #1 is written by Magdalene Visaggio with art by Fico Ossio and colors by David Garcia Cruz. Click here to read the review!

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    A game as big as Shenmue III has a lot of moving parts. Several studios are working on the project and helping it come to life alongside of Shenmue father Yu Suzuki and his team at Ys Net, and that includes Shibuya Productions -- a company that's handling marketing and publishing alongside of Sony.

    Its president and founder, Cedric Biscay, has also recently confirmed that Shemue III is still on track for 2018, noting that the year will be great "with the [release] of Shenmue III on PS4 and PC," teasing "many other surprises" that may or may not have anything to do with Shenmue.

    As a Kickstarter project people are right to worry a bit -- especially given how many of them have failed, gone under completely, or delivered a shoddy product -- but with so many moving parts and so much optimism, I think we will end up seeing this in 2018, even if it's in December.

    Cedric Biscay [Twitter]

    Shenmue III is allegedly still on track for 2018 screenshot


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    Fortnite is getting a new, limited-time game mode that involves silencers! Running from January 5th until the 8th, the mode (called "Sneaky Silencers") will force players to utilize stealth tactics over brute force to score a win. All traps will be disabled, weapons will be restricted to silenced SMGs and pistols and the bush disguise will have an increased drop rate, so you'll have more chances to get your bush game on!

    There will be a new pistol in chests to coincide with this mode. It will only drop as an Epic or Legendary gun, so you won't see it that often. The gun will arrive on January 2nd to get people for the game mode. Your Fortnite client won't require an update, according to Epic, so you'll be set to go when the mode enters rotation.

    Silenced Pistol Update [Epic Games]

    Fortnite's new limited-time mode quietly enters the ring screenshot

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    Alex Pardee and Fresh Monkey Fiction have released the Reaper of Nightmares (R.O.N.) figure. This Amazing Heroes figure is a limited edition of 100 pieces. Designed and created by Alex Pardee, each 4.5” figure comes with 5 points of articulation and exclusive collector friendly packaging created by Alex.

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